This is my last research thread on Nimrod as the anti-christ. This time though, I will not look kindly upon those of you who like to drift my threads
off topic. I know alot of you are skeptical, but please be considerate to those who are trying to understand my perspective. So no going off topic
into things such as Satan, Predestination, Freewill, Garden of Eden, etc etc. And Moderators, you have my full permission to remove any post you
deem off-topic or driftfull!
I'm going all out on this one guys, so give me a while. In attempt to hold attention, I'm posting pictures!!! Yay!?
I consider myself to be an avid researcher in Sumerian and Assyrian history and mythology, as well as Canaanite history.
Let's dive right in!!!
Let's start off with the Bible's account of Nimrod. Presumably he started as a normal human being, but became a geborim before the Lord. In the
begining of this kingdom what Calneh, Erech, Akkad, and Babel all located in the land of Shinar. Erech corresponds to Uruk, Akkad I believe is modern
day Babylon. I base this fact of the Sargonian tablets which states he dug up the pit of the original Babel and repuilt it at Akkad. This explains why
no record of Akkad exists today. It hasn't been found because it's right under our noses! Now, moving on to THE Babel, which is a wasteland today
called Eridu. Though the ruins of the largest ever mud-brick temple have been found there. Calneh was one of Nimrods Northwestern most cities. Which I
belive to be somewhere in the vicinity of Mount Nemrut, Mount Sapphon (home to the God Baal who is deified Nimrod), or in general the Shining
mountains of Turkey, and Syria. Although Nimrod's capital is said to be Babel, which is unattested in the Bible, I believe his citadel capital was
actually up in the mountains of Turkey, Armenia, or Syria. Semiramis herself was said to spend much of her time in the lake Van region. Who would want
to live in an arrid desert?!
Here is, in my opinion, the most probable location of Calneh. Mount Nemrut also bears the name Khata, or Khataa. Once Nimrod was defeated, perhaps his
stronghold was partially demolited and heaped under thousands of tons of chipped rock. So that his body would never see light again...unless some
maniac excavates the site to find Nimrods preserved and embalmbed corpse (more on that later).
Moving on, lets visit Sumerian Kings, oracles and a miraculus baby who will one day strike down Nimrod with a mace. First lets look at the Sumerian
king list after the flood:
Nimrod, as the builder of Erech, or properly, Uruk can be found 2nd of the kings of Uruk. His name was Enmerkar. His father was Mesh-kiang-gasher, who
mysteriously entered the sea and disappeared. Now this sort of behavior greatly reminds me of the Sumerian Apkallu, who would emerge from the sea to
endow men with power and knowledge, then "go back to the sea." In studying Sumerian mythology, I tend to lean more towards the "sea" being the heavens
(outer space). Nimrod may have started out as a human being, but was turned into a mighty man/giborim.
Now I'm going to jump from between sources. According to Diodorus's work on the history of mesopotamia. Ninus was the first man to rull over the
Arabians. Ninus warred with Armenia, subduing them with little effort. The king of Armenia bowed down in Vassalage to Ninus. Next Ninus went to battle
against the Babylonians which were situated next to his lands. Soon after their fall, he set his sites on Media, whom he defeated and had their leader
and sons crucified. As Ninus grew more and more blood lust, he attacked Bactriana. It was during this attack of Bactriana that Ninus met "Semiramis"
whom was a wife of one of his young generals, Onnes. Bactriana was lead by Oxyartes, or as some most likely suggest Zoroaster himself.
Ninus subdued all other cities besides Bactra or known as Balhk today, whom Zoroaster fled to. By the way, it is said that Zoroaster died within the
walls of Balhk. Now Ninus's siege of Balhk has proven difficult to this point. Onnes, having longing for his wife, sent for Semiramis to come visit
the campaign. Semiramis, being endowed with a strong will, and tasting for war, led some of Ninus's troops up a rocky steep, in order to overcome the
walls. At the fall of the walls to Ninus, the Bactrians gave up hope of saving themselves. Recovering from the battle, Ninus fell in love with Onnes
wife, and at first gave her gifts. Then Ninus tried to persuade Onnes to hand her over in exchange for one of his own daughters. Onnes went raving mad
and said no, in which Ninus threatened to put out his eyes if he wont hand her over. Onnes then hanged himself and Ninus took Semiramis as his wife.
This account of Diodorus can be read at Here
Moving on to the much later recollection of Aelian, the first king of Babylon named Euechoros, who long being associated with Enmerkar. wakes from
a frightful dream one night
. He dreams that a man is going to come deprive him of his kingdom! He seeks the help of his witchdoctors or oracles
until one gives him an answer. The man in Enmerkars dream is non ofther than his own yet to be born Grandson. They even give him a name "Gilgamos"...
So Enmerkar puts his daughter on strictest watch, essentially a prisoner in her own tower. But miraculusly she becomes pregnant with non other than
Gilgamos. Her guards, naturally, in an all out pannic for fear of the kings wrath, throw Gilgamos out of a high tower (so the story goes). Somehow
Gilgamos survives his apparent great fall, only to be found and nurtured by a shepherd. Now this is where the sumerian version of the story stops at
Lets move on to a juicy counter-part, and what I believe to be the true account of the entire affair of Nimrod. In Zoroastrian scripture, there is
first a good king call Jam or Jamshid. He honored God and God entasked him to building a multi-story enclosure deep underground becausue brutal
winters were gonna fall and decimate mankind. So Yam did as God told him and filled with with people, animals, and grains. Then God (or Jam?) sealed
it off with a gollden ring. One thing immediately comes to mind for me here: Derinkuyu
But moving on that is slight drifting on my part. Jamshid after emerging from his enclosure begain repopulating the devestated human race. Now as Jam
was a good and honorable king, man was at it's golden age. There were no weapons, war, and father and son walked together looking no older than 15.
Live was good for hundreds of years. Eventually an Arabian King named Zahhak became a vassal to Jamshid. Zahhak was easily influenced by evil, though
strong. According to the Avesta, Zahhak lived in the inaccessable fortress of Kuurinta.
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